All of us can save a life -- or maybe multiple lives -- by reporting suspected drunk drivers. If you see someone driving erratically and dangerously, you want to stay a safe distance away from them. However, if you can describe the vehicle and its location to a 911 operator, police may be able to get to the driver and pull them over before they hurt someone, including themselves.
We in the Biloxi area remember the tragic crash in March of last year between a CSX train and a motorcoach. Four passengers in the chartered motorcoach died and more than three dozen more were injured when the train hit the bus, which had become stuck at a crossing.
You step out of the casino in Biloxi, and traffic is everywhere. You're not the only one heading home for the night. You knew you may have a few drinks, so you simply walked from your hotel or Airbnb rental, but a lot of other people start getting in their cars and leaving the parking lot.
It's been three months since the crash that killed a 4-year-old and injured his 6-year-old sister and mother. The Mississippi Highway Patrol (MHP) has now revealed that the driver who allegedly ran a stop sign in Sunflower County and struck the vehicle carrying the Arkansas family tested "positive for alcohol" in toxicology tests. Photos of the SUV show that the front end was completely crumpled.
The period when a teen is learning to drive can be one of the most frightening and stressful in a parent's life. It's best to leave the bulk of the teaching to the driver's education professionals. They don't have the complicated history with your child that you likely do. Therefore, an hour or two behind the wheel is less likely to end in shouting and tears than if you're the one in the passenger seat.
Anyone who's had a beloved doctor decide to move to another state, switch to a different field of medicine or simply retire may feel abandoned. However, while there is such a thing as physician abandonment, it's more complex than those scenarios.